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29th Jul '16 9:35:49 AM supergod
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* The Guardian from ''UltimaUnderworld II'' is capable of spanning multiple planes of reality at once and aims to conquer each one.

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* The Guardian from ''UltimaUnderworld ''VideoGame/UltimaUnderworld II'' is capable of spanning multiple planes of reality at once and aims to conquer each one.
19th Jul '16 3:02:43 PM VanHohenheimOfXerxes
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* The White Witch in ''Literature/TheChroniclesOfNarnia'' hops from universe to universe, starting out as an empress of Charn (which she ultimately destroys to avoid being overthrown), then comically failing to conquer Earth, then plunging Narnia into a hundred-year ice age and ruling with an iron fist. She doesn't rule more than one universe at a time, but she probably would given the opportunity.

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* The White Witch Jadis in ''Literature/TheChroniclesOfNarnia'' hops from universe to universe, starting is a downplayed example. She starts out as an empress of Charn (which she ultimately destroys to avoid being overthrown), then comically failing fails to conquer Earth, then plunging and finally plunges Narnia into a hundred-year ice age and ruling rules with an iron fist. She Jadis doesn't rule more than one universe at a time, but she probably would given the opportunity.
7th Jul '16 9:30:31 PM VanHohenheimOfXerxes
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* The White Witch in ''Literature/TheChroniclesOfNarnia'' hops from universe to universe, starting out as an empress of Charn (which she ultimately destroys to avoid being overthrown), then comically failing to conquer Earth, then plunging Narnia into a hundred-year ice age and ruling with an iron fist. She doesn't rule more than one universe at a time, but she probably would given the opportunity.
23rd Jun '16 4:00:34 PM KyleBrackman
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* ''WesternAnimation/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles2003'': While the Shredder isn't nearly as powerful as the average MultiversalConqueror, he still decides to give it a go after discovering the multiverse in ''TurtlesForever''. Unfortunately for the multiverse, all he needs to do in order to destroy it is to [[spoiler:kill the turtles in "[[ComicBook/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtlesMirage Turtle Prime]]", the universe of the first issue of the original TMNT comic book. Unfortunately, that act would ''destroy'' the multiverse -- however, by the time the Shredder he finds out, he doesn't care, having gone mad from the revelation that ''every'' single universe has a team of mutant turtles to thwart him and his plans, and goes through with it if it means he can ''finally'' win]].

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* ''WesternAnimation/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles2003'': While the Shredder isn't nearly as powerful as the average MultiversalConqueror, he still decides to give it a go after discovering the multiverse in ''TurtlesForever''. Unfortunately for the multiverse, all he needs to do in order to destroy it is to [[spoiler:kill the turtles in "[[ComicBook/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtlesMirage Turtle Prime]]", the universe of the first issue of the original TMNT comic book. Unfortunately, that act would ''destroy'' the multiverse -- however, by the time the Shredder he finds out, he doesn't care, having gone mad from the revelation that ''every'' single universe has a team of mutant turtles to thwart him and his plans, and goes through with it if it means he can ''finally'' win]].
3rd Jun '16 9:29:18 PM Mike34
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2nd Jun '16 5:44:04 PM eroock
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->''There are forces in the multiverse far beyond anything you've ever dealt with. Ancient, mindless evils that fill in the cracks and eat dimensions just for a snack. Monstrous deities and empires spanning Universe after Universe have risen and fallen in the span of forever! But there is still one individual, one being that they are all horrified of! When I saw him coming near my universe, I fled. Muhahahhahahha. Weep for your Universe, Linkara! Weep for all Universes! For Lord Vyce is coming! Hihihi. And all that he sees, he conquers! HAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHA!''
-->--'''Doctor Linksano''', ''WebVideo/AtopTheFourthWall'', Tandy Computer Whiz Kids: Fit To Win Review

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are forces in the multiverse far beyond anything you've ever dealt with. Ancient, mindless evils that fill in the cracks and eat dimensions just for a snack. Monstrous deities and empires spanning Universe after Universe have risen and fallen in the span of forever! But there is still one individual, one being that they are all horrified of! When I saw him coming near my universe, I fled. Muhahahhahahha. Weep for your Universe, Linkara! Weep for all Universes! For Lord Vyce is coming! Hihihi. And all that he sees, he conquers! HAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHA!''
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Linksano''', ''WebVideo/AtopTheFourthWall'', Tandy Computer Whiz Kids: Fit To Win Review
5th May '16 3:23:31 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''ComicBook/{{Shakara}}'': Subverted. The Overlord orders the construction of the Infinity Engine, a galaxy-sized device that he claims will allow The Hierarchy to conquer other universes. In fact, he means to use it to [[OmnicidalManiac destroy all of reality]].
8th Apr '16 2:49:30 PM SilentStranger
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* ''TheLastDaughter'', a crossover between ''Superman'' and ''{{Worm}}'' have the Destroyers, a race of parastic energy worms. They arent "conquerors" in the traditional sense, but function more as a hive-mind. They grant superpowers to a species, then absorb all useful knowledge before destroying that particular species from every possible version of itself throughout the multiverse. Krypton was one of the few that was spared because alternate Kryptons are extremely rare and was thus useless for the Destroyers experiments.
13th Mar '16 3:11:55 PM Morgenthaler
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* The Kromaggs in ''{{Sliders}}''.

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* The Kromaggs in ''{{Sliders}}''.''Series/{{Sliders}}''.



* The ''{{Champions}}'' verse had Tyrannon, an immensely powerful dimensional lord who seeks to conquer all dimensions. His being manifests in 888 bodies at once, of varying levels of power; his primary or "true" form, which resembles a gigantic tree and cannot move, lives at the heart of Thulkos, his native dimension. When he conquers one dimension completely, he merges it with his home dimension and forces its inhabitants to worship him and commit sacrifice. Doing so increases his power and his hunger.

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* The ''{{Champions}}'' ''TabletopGame/{{Champions}}'' verse had Tyrannon, an immensely powerful dimensional lord who seeks to conquer all dimensions. His being manifests in 888 bodies at once, of varying levels of power; his primary or "true" form, which resembles a gigantic tree and cannot move, lives at the heart of Thulkos, his native dimension. When he conquers one dimension completely, he merges it with his home dimension and forces its inhabitants to worship him and commit sacrifice. Doing so increases his power and his hunger.



* In ''MagicTheGathering'', there's Elesh Norn, the Grand Cenobite. She has seen that Mirrodin will merely be the first plane to fall to the new Phyrexia.

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* In ''MagicTheGathering'', ''TabletopGame/MagicTheGathering'', there's Elesh Norn, the Grand Cenobite. She has seen that Mirrodin will merely be the first plane to fall to the new Phyrexia.
24th Jan '16 11:00:05 AM thatother1dude
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* The Combine of ''VideoGame/HalfLife2'' and its episodes fit the bill as parallel-universe conquerors, having already taken over an unknown number of realities and adopting their lifeforms for use as highly-specialized weapons or slave labor, and stripping the realities of their resources until it's nothing more than a lethal rock. They're also capable of quick travel between these universes, but it's rather limited. The Xen and Race-X aliens (and arguably even humanity) of ''VideoGame/HalfLife1'' may be parallel-universe warmongers on a smaller scale.
** Notably (and uniquely), it's not clear that the Combine even possess the space flight technology necessary to conquer multiple worlds within any given universe. Half Life 2 implies that they may simply invade the same planet again and again, across an infinite number of parallel realities.

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* The Combine of ''VideoGame/HalfLife2'' and its episodes fit the bill as parallel-universe conquerors, having already taken over an unknown number of realities and adopting their lifeforms for use as highly-specialized weapons or slave labor, and stripping the realities of their resources until it's nothing more than a lethal rock. They're also capable of quick travel between these universes, but it's rather limited. The Xen and Race-X aliens (and arguably even humanity) of ''VideoGame/HalfLife1'' may be parallel-universe warmongers on a smaller scale.
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scale. Notably (and uniquely), it's not clear that the Combine even possess the space flight technology necessary to conquer multiple worlds within any given universe. Half Life 2 implies that universe; they may simply invade the same planet again and again, across an infinite number of parallel realities.
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